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Does size of jacket potato matter?!
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Blueskiesandcherrypies · 12/09/2013 10:56

I mean really.... I've just put one in the oven for lunch which weighed 370g!!! I intend to have it with cheese (heA) and tuna (free). I will have my 1/3 of superfree as a bowl if fruit steaight afterwards. Tell me how how how can I lose weight eating like this?! I'm not normally into jacket spuds so I've never thought of it before!

Also, if I have cheese as heA is it ok to have 200mls milk and syn it?

Thank you! X

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Thesebootsweremadeforwalking · 12/09/2013 11:56

It is, but my SW consultant warned me to watch out that the fruit wasn't an extra that I didn't really want just to make the main ok, IYSWIM - as I understand it a salad on the plate would be better. I think, anyway!

Yes it's ok to have extra milk and count the Syns. I do this with cheese sometimes.

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Blueskiesandcherrypies · 12/09/2013 12:00

Fab, thank you!

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FlapJackFlossie · 17/09/2013 16:40

My jacket pots come in the size Asda have them on the day I go shopping - some ARE extra large, I must admit Grin

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Blueuggboots · 03/12/2013 04:59

The official sw line is that they should be about the size of your fist.

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